IIRC approved training on Integrated Reporting, Berlin (open/in-house)
10178 Berlin, Germany
17 May 2018 - 18 May 2018
Two-Day IIRC Approved Training on Integrated Reporting
Contact number: +49 176 532 900 89
Contact email: email@example.com
10178 Berlin, Germany
The two-day training course addresses in particular companies with first experience in Integrated Reporting as well as companies considering Integrated Reporting. Based on the IR Framework, participants will first learn about conceptual fundamentals. In the following, the training course focuses on the implementation of Integrated Reporting. Several case examples and group exercises are part of the training program. The overall objective is to make participants understand how to apply the IR Framework in practice and how to conceptualize and manage its implementation.
Interested companies can register for the public training, but also request a company-specific in-house training. In this case, it is possible to provide a preceding status quo analysis of the company’s sustainability reports regarding their compliance with the IR Framework.
After successful completion of the training course, participants will receive an official certificate issued by IIRC.
Part I: Introduction to Integrated Reporting: Aims, Background and Business Case
→ Definition, Objectives and Developments in Integrated Reporting
→ Reasons for Adopting Integrated Reporting
Part II: Integrated Reporting in the Context of Current (Regulatory) Developments
→ Developments in DRS 20, CSR reporting obligation, National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights, GRI Standards
→ Alignment of IR Framework with other relevant frameworks
Part III: Creating the Organisational Preconditions for IR
→ Integrated Thinking
→ Governance Structure and Data Collection
Part IV: Defining Report Content: Understanding and Using the IR Framework
→ Introduction to the IR Framework
Part V: Defining Report Content: Materiality Analysis and the Other Guiding Principles
→ Materiality – Requirements and Implementation
→ Connectivity – Requirements and Implementation
→ The Other Guiding Principles
Part VI: Defining Report Content: The Content Elements
→ Requirements of the IR Framework
→ Practical Examples
Thomas Petruschke is Managing Director of BSD Germany and has ten years of experience in sustainability strategy, reporting and stakeholder engagement. Before joining BSD he served in the sustainability reporting department of the Volkswagen Group as well as at the UNEP Centre on Sustainable Consumption & Production.
Thomas Petruschke is GRI, IIRC & DNK Trainer.
Participation Fee & Registration
The training will be held in German based on certified training material in English. In-house trainings with company tailored content are possible on request in English and German language.
The participation fee is € 1.190,00 (excl. VAT) including comprehensive training material and catering (lunch & small snacks). To register for the training and for further information, please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will get back to you immediately.
For in-house trainings, prices can be requested via email.
On the evening of the first day, we offer the possibility for participants to get together for dinner. Related costs must be met by the participants themselves.
10437, Berlin, Germany
T +41 44 260 60 65
IIRC - Global Foundation Training Partner
In May 2016, BSD became the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)’s first Foundation Partner for the <IR> Training Programme. BSD is pleased to now offer trainings on Integrated Reporting worldwide. BSD’s <IR> Trainings are designed to help organizations build the capacity to implement an Integrated Reporting process based on the International Integrated Reporting Framework.
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